An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district administrators and teachers about the most common reasons that products fail to win educators’ confidence.
The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
The coronavirus has spawned demands for flexible, digitally focused products that resonate with both teachers and parents — yet the need for print endures.
Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had a relatively narrow interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.
Recent weeks saw acquisitions involving AI platforms, math platform providers, and assessment companies.
The head of Amazon Business talks about the massive online retailer’s new, dedicated service aimed at making it easier for schools to spend stimulus dollars on supplies for remote, hybrid, and in-person learning.
Cambium Learning, which offers products in curriculum, assessment, and professional development, nearly doubles its total employees with the recent acquisition of languages company Rosetta Stone.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at what features in social-emotional learning products districts want, how much they’re paying for SEL, who influences buying decisions, and much more.
The corporate software giant Salesforce has put an increasing focus on K-12 education, in helping districts manage attendance, admissions, and other processes that school systems are seeking to streamline.
Salesforce launched a $100 million social impact fund on Tuesday, and education is one of four areas targeted for investment.